Checks Downtown And Simon & Lee Release A Collaborative T-Shirt
Simon & Lee and Checks Downtown have collaborated to create a co-branded t-shirt.
A project born from friendship and mutual appreciation of each others work, it started over a couple of chats about creating some merchandise together.
Simon & Lee, the Korean-style eatery on St Georges Bay Rd in Parnell has developed a strong following for their unique concept and slick execution. They bring together contemporary classics and modern Korean cuisine to deliver something fresh and new in Auckland’s cuisine from serving up Bibimbap to Bao’s and their famous KFC (Korean Fried Chicken).
The t-shirts are available now for sale at Simon & Lee as well as in-store and online at Checks Downtown.
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